I call this my "Stained Glass Frittata" because it reminds me of the beautiful church windows I was mesmerised by in the Cathedral in my home town when I was growing up. All the beautiful colours from the vegetables speckled through look amazing when this is cut.
I often like to cut this into small finger pieces and line them up on a large board to serve as a canapé. A little salt and cracked pepper on top is all it needs.
It’s also a great healthy light meal for the family – just serve a nice crisp salad alongside.
For a vegetarian option, simply leave out the bacon.
If you don’t have time to cook your own beetroot you can use canned baby beets.